R Scott wrote:Not exactly, but close. I use grassfed cream/butter or raw coconut oil, but one at a time. I can't get that much oil mixed into the coffee. I do try to get all those good oils in a day, but spread out over the day.
I do use REALLY GOOD coffee and enjoy my two cups a day. I limit the caffeine and enjoy it more that way.
Cinnamon is a thermogenic. I have done IF in the past, with decent results. I did 4 hour window 5 days in a row about 6 months ago. The last few times I have tried I have failed big time.
Christian Kettner wrote:Never tried cinnamon in coffee ...sounds good
Christian Kettner wrote:Looks like really good coffee!!! Love Hawaiian coffee!!we have been not been adding butter to our coffee lately...(possibly because we are now getting enough healthy fats in our diets)
Strange because at first it was almost this "primal" urge to get more clean fat in our diets,but as of late the urge to put it in our coffee has subsided. We kinda just go with what our bodies seem to want.
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